August 31, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
PITINO AND PROVIDENCEWhile Providence College regrets the departure of Rick Pitino (POINT AFTER, Aug. 3), it should be pointed out that he did not break his contract. As a matter of fact, he didn't even ask to be...
September 15, 1969
MEASURE OF A MANSirs:Dan Jenkins has done it again! Thanks for the Memories (Sept. 1) is one of the best tributes to an outstanding athlete I have ever read. Not having had the opportunity of seeing Arnold Palmer in...
February 25, 1974
Sir:When I turned to the contents page of your Feb. 11 issue I was overjoyed to see there was a story on the New York Rangers (). So what do I find? A cartoon mocking the Rangers and a highly critical article that...
November 26, 1973
Michael O'Shea, 17, of Limerick, Ireland and Providence College, won the New England Intercollegiate Cross Country championship. The freshman broke the record on Boston's Franklin Park five-mile course by 11 seconds...
February 05, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillie pitching star, who was signed by General Manager Paul Owens for a reported $165,000: "I'd have played for nothing, but Paul insisted I take something."